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Chet Faker & Marcus Marr’s ‘Trouble With Us’ Video Turns Break-Ups Into Interpretive Dance

Written by Sam Murphy on December 11, 2015

Chet Faker has dropped the video for his Marcus Marr collaboration The Trouble With Us, which follows eight almost identical couples as they date, make-up and break-up all through interpretive dance.

We get to follow these couples as they pop champagne on their first date, have their first sexual encounter and eventually throw washing and drinks at each other in fits of rage. Somehow they manage to turn that rage into something that looks like it’s straight out of The Notebook, as they dance with each other in the rain clutching glasses of champagne, as all couples do after a fight about the washing.

TheNotebook

The couples are all basically identical, dressed in throwback clothing with the boys sporting preppy haircuts you don’t see too often now outside of Oxford and Cambridge University.

The video doesn’t feature Chet at all, because clearly he has not trouble with the ladies:

A photo posted by @chetfaker on

That and he’s got a broken foot currently so there’s no chance he would pull of half of the fancy footwork in the clip, which can be streamed below.

The Trouble With Us is taken from the EP of the same name.

Watch: Chet Faker & Marcus Marr – The Trouble With Us

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